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Summary:

The guys at Bandwagon are hooking TAB readers up with a sweet deal! The first 25 people who send an email to tab@ridethebandwagon.com will get the Bandwagon iTunes backup service free for an entire year (a savings of $24). Bandwagon automatically keeps your entire iTunes collection […]

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The guys at Bandwagon are hooking TAB readers up with a sweet deal!

The first 25 people who send an email to tab@ridethebandwagon.com will get the Bandwagon iTunes backup service free for an entire year (a savings of $24).

Bandwagon automatically keeps your entire iTunes collection (music, movies, television shows, games, etc) backed up using a number of storage facility options (S3, FTP, OmniDrive). It’s a fantastic service that is a must for anyone with a substantial collection.

Again, the first 25 people who send an email to tab@ridethebandwagon.com will get this deal. So if you really want it, you should act fast.

Happy Friday TABers!

NOTE: I apologize for not clarifying this, or if it wasn’t obvious to you on the Bandwagon site, but Bandwagon doesn’t offer the actual storage itself. They offer the application that helps you keep your iTunes backups synced to an external storage area (such as S3, FTP, etc).

  1. That sounds like a sweet deal. I dare them to take on my 25 GB. My e-mail is on its way.

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  2. Nice. I sent my email ;)

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  3. i did too ;)

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  4. Sent my message, but are they really prepared for 450 GB?

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  5. Ben Drucker Friday, June 22, 2007

    Cool. I got the same deal on Uneasy Silence. Very useful.

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  6. Thank you for using our backup service. The RIAA has reviewed your backup and will be contacting you soon.

    ;-)

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  7. Oooh, I do hope they let me have one. I’m so paranoid about losing my music that it’s almost an obsession.

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  8. I just want to clarify: we don’t provide the actual storage; we just provide the app service for you to use with your own online storage like S3, ftp, etc.

    Btw, we ran out of the offer in the 1st hour :(

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  9. I use their service. It’s a BYOB. It uses either FTP to an account of your own to back it up, or an Amazon S3 account, which charges minimal monthly fees for backup.

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  10. Ah, then I guess Mozy.com is still the best bet, they provide storage as well as the app :(

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